TAILORING BY RHONDA, Fort Myers Facebook, 239-278-3878 Rhonda Erol has been tailoring clothes for so long it’s safe to say she’s a good “fit” when it comes to styling men. “Women have so many different styles,” Erol explains. “But men really have a lot of the same style, maybe just changing the fabric? Because there is not too much variety, the fit is so important.” WHY STYLE, Naples whystyle.us Owner Sarah LaMont makes fashion fun, flirty—and reasonably priced. She brings years of experience styling men and women, serving as a key member of Nordstrom’s style team before branching out on her own: “I started my business to help people feel empowered by what they wear and to create functional closets that are full of pieces they love and understand—as opposed to chaos!”
CAPE BOYZ, Cape Coral Facebook, 239-895-5064 For guys, if your T-shirt game is strong, chances are you’re acing everything else in life. Cape Boyz doesn’t have a hard time being unique. “Creating our own paths keeps the designs fresh and present,” co-owner Frank McNeal says. “We’re not limited to market standards.” THE WEBSTER, Miami Beach thewebster.us Located in the heart of Miami’s South Beach, with an iconic blue, white and pastel-pink exterior, The Webster boutique is proving to Southwest Floridians that it’s worth the drive—especially if you have an appetite for designer duds. The clothes aren’t cheap, but neither is the quality. CANNED HAM VINTAGE, Sarasota cannedhamvintage.com
Vogue magazine says, “Walking into Canned Ham Vintage feels like entering the home of a really cool friend.” And eclectic doesn’t even begin to describe it: There’s clothing from the 1940s and forward for dapper dudes (and lovely ladies.) The owner purchases from in and outside Florida, from collectors and other sources.
For guys, if your T-shirt game is strong, chances are you’re acing everything else in life.